Andrew O'Keefe - A couple briefcases short of a deal

Andrew O'Keefe - A couple briefcases short of a deal

Andrew O'Keefe, best known for his role as the mediocre host of Australian game show, "Deal or No Deal" has had another very public dummy spit during his role as co-host on Channel 7's "Weekend Sunrise".

WATCH HERE On this Saturday's episode of "Weekend Sunrise", a panel was brought on to discuss the controversial plan by teachers nationwide, to stage an in-school protest against Australia's offshore detention centres by wearing "close the camps" t-shirts.

Tim O'Connor, CEO of the Refugee Council of Australia was quick to shut down the idea, saying that the classroom is a place for students to learn the set curriculum not a place for teachers to espouse their personal political beliefs. But it was when social commentator Prue McSween called out O'Keefe on his bias left leaning stance & refused to answer his poor attempt at a distraction, that made things interesting. Andrew O'Keefe instantly burst into a childish rage throwing his pen down & muttering under his breath like the 3 year old he truly is.

Below is what i would call one of Australia's lowest points in journalism. Geert Wilders a man who has literally put his life on the line for the past 10 years in his fight against Islam, is openly mocked by the idiot that is Andrew O'Keefe.                                                                                  

On behalf of Australia I would like to personally apologise to Geert Wilders.

Below is why Geert Wilders shouldn't worry about the drunk idiot that is Andrew O'Keefe.

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